Fall Taste of OLLI classes now enrolling

CSU Chanel Islands News

Oct. 23, 2017 – The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at CSUCI is pleased to announce a new round of one-time only classes to be offered this fall in Camarillo and Ventura.  For only $15 per class, anyone who is 50 years of age or older can enroll in these two-hour classes covering an array of topics.  Classes begin Nov. 7 and are as follows:Calculated Moves with Abacus (Nov. 7)Life & Death in the Dunes (Nov. 8)The Great Conductors (Nov. 14)California’s 28 National Parks (Nov. 15)Why Does Healthcare Cost so Much in the USA (Nov. 18)Mind-hunting: Inside the Psyche of Predators (Nov. 28)Ventura County’s Native Cavalry During the Civil War (Nov. 29)Thanksgiving: The Invention of Tradition (Dec. 2)Challenges and Success of the Indigenous Immigrant in Ventura County (Dec. 5)Exodus – The Ship that Launched a Nation (Dec. 6)Finland: History, Education, Culture (Dec. 9)We are also excited to offer the special class “Producing Shakespeare’s Tragic Masterpiece: A Case Study” presented by Karyl Lynn Burns, the Producing Artistic Director of Rubicon Theatre, on Nov. 15.  To enroll in a class, call 805-437-2748 or visit us online at http://go.csuci.edu/olli/ for more information. 

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